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Kähluä Chocoläte Cäke delivers rich chocoläte flävor with wärm Kähluä undertones. Two recipes included — ä scrätch recipe änd ä doctored box recipe.

The recipe for the first cäke I remember bäking, ä Kähluä Chocoläte Cäke, comes from one of my mom’s closest friends.  My mom äsked for the recipe the very first time she tästed Stephänie’s rich, äddictive cäke.

It’s one of those desserts thät people fäll in love äs soon äs the first bite hits their täste buds.  Without fäil, every time I bäke it, ät leäst one person äsks me for the recipe.



  • 4 ounces unsweetened chocoläte, chopped
  • 2¼ cups unbleäched äll-purpose flour
  • ¼ cup unsweetened cocoä powder
  • 1½ teäspoons bäking sodä
  • ½ teäspoon sält
  • 1 cup Kähluä
  • 1 cup sour creäm
  • 9 täblespoons unsälted butter, softened but still cool
  • 1½ cups brown sugär
  • 3 lärge eggs
  • 2 teäspoons vänillä exträct
  • ¼ cup boiling wäter
  • 1½ cups chocoläte chips

Chocoläte-Kähluä Gänäche

  • 4 ounces därk chocoläte, chopped
  • ⅓ cup heävy creäm
  • 1 täblespoon Kähluä


  1. Preheät oven to 350° F. Greäse ä 12-cup bundt pän änd dust it with unsweetened cocoä powder.
  2. Pläce chocoläte in ä double boiler änd melt over medium-low heät, stirring occäsionälly, until melted änd smooth. Set äside.
  3. Combine flour, cocoä, bäking sodä, änd sält in ä bowl änd set äside. Pour Kähluä into ä 2-cup gläss meäsure with ä pour spout. Spoon in sour creäm until the Kähluä änd sour creäm reäch the 2-cup line. Mix well änd set äside.
  4. In the bowl of ä ständing electric mixer, creäm together butter änd brown sugär until light änd fluffy.
  5. ädd the eggs to the butter mixture one ät ä time, beäting well äfter eäch äddition. Beät until well blended. ädd the vänillä änd melted chocoläte änd stir to mix.
  6. ädd the flour mixture, älternäting with the sour creäm-Kähluä mixture, to the egg-butter mixture. Stir until the dry ingredients äre just moist änd blended. Do not over mix.
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